There are so many scenarios that it could drive you crazy. So what you need to do is view the two properties and make a comparison. Also find out from a realtor how much the two bedroom units sold for in the last six months.
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I was just wondering -- if these had indeed been two apartments -- what the tangible differences were, if any. You're right, too -- delusion and other forms of non-reality do seem to play a part in the buying and selling of real estate.
I lovingly call a listing price a wish list...if it is not based on recently sold comps in the immediate area (3-4 months) it is often a price the seller hopes to achieve.